I had assumed that the Lincoln would look more likely to have the security alarm than the Toyota. Or, maybe the Toyota is easier to break into?In high school, I knew of a couple guys that broke into cars for fun. There were certain cars they would go for because they were "cooler" (they liked to take gear shift knobs off manual trans Volkswagons) or because they were easy to get into (can't remember which were easier, but just that certain makes were). Of course, I didn't engage in this behavior as I would feel too badly for the owner...but I did find out that they were doing it after my curfew (they were allowed to stay out later than i was).Just a thought, Noodle
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